I bought my 1999 Blazer in december 2001. Its a4 Dr LS and it had 28,000
miles on it when i bought it. It appeared to be in great condition and relatively
low mileage. Within 7 months of having the vehicle, I had to replace the
engine coolant lines, rear drive train, front wheel bearings, front brakes, and
the serpentine belt. The transmission may go anytime. Any car will start to
have problems but the amount of major repairs it has needed is rediculous.
Its a V-6 but drives like a V-4, and has problems climbing hills. It doesn't
seem to handle bumps/off-roading all that well which is rediculous
considering that is what it was designed for.
Even though the drive train, brakes, wheel bearings and other features aren't
good, I really like the interior. There is plenty of storage for anything.
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